Startup in Residence The Hague 2019 has officially kicked off. With this program, the municipality of The Hague works together with entrepreneurs to develop innovative solutions for The Hague.
Startup in Residence The Hague is thé incubator of the municipality that challenges starting entrepreneurs to work together on solutions for the city. The best ideas get the chance to:
- work out their prototype or pilot
- get access to the mentoring platform where you can choose your own training and mentors.
- validate their prototype/pilot through a validation program
- get a follow-up assignment or sustainable cooperation
- get workspace in the new startup building Apollo 14
- get access to finance to development of a prototype/pilot
- get access to an extensive network of the municipality of The Hague
This year the municipality has 7 challenges. Do you have thé innovative solution that the city needs? Then make sure you to sign up for Startup in Residence The Hague.
Check out the challenges of 2019:
- Expand the world of elderly: How do you enrich the lives and environment of the elderly with digital tools that can be used independently of language and (digital) skills? Do you have a solution that uses existing or new tools to help the group of elderly people that are currently unable to connect to current solutions, in order to help them expand their social network? Sign up here.
- From PDF to Vector: The municipality of The Hague is looking for a technical solution based on, among other things, artificial intelligence, which can convert PDF files (semi) automatically into objects in an object-oriented geographical database. Do you have a user-friendly solution which the municipality is looking for? Sign up here.
- 3D scans for building plans: When applying for a building permit, the submitted building plans often differ from the real situation. How can 3D scans offer a solution? Do you have a solution that allows individuals and companies to make accurate internal and external 3D scans of to-be converted buildings and space(s), for example, by using a smartphone or tablet? And does it have the ability to be converted into a 3D model in a convenient way?
Sign up here.
- Optimize financial support for adolescents with mild intellectual disabilities (MID): How do we optimize (and digitalize) the financial support for adolescents with mild intellectual disabilities? Do you have a technological solution that supports people with mild intellectual disabilities with their financial management and helps them fulfill agreements that have been made with financial institutions? Sign up here.
- The Duckweed Solution: Duckweed kills plants and fish. The weeds grow exponentially over the summer. How can we limit the growth of duckweeds and maybe even deploy the weeds for something useful? The municipality is looking for ways to limit and/or remove duckweed growth, and (in addition) methods to use duckweed. Do you know how we can tackle duckweed? Sign up here.
- Give homeless a home: Currently, there is a housing shortage which results in homeless citizens not being able to start a future of semi-independent living. How can we support the homeless in finding a stable home? And can we create opportunities for the homeless to take an active role in the potential solution? Do you have a solution that can provide homeless people with a stable living situation/housing.
Sign up here.
- Digitize data flow employees on the street: Develop new technologies to share data between the office and outdoor department of the City, and if possible, to simplify complex tasks and optimize data-related processes for employees.
Do you have a technological solution that can simplify the input/output of the data flow?
Sign up here.
Do you have a solution for one or more of these challenges? For more information about the Startup in Residence The Hague program and the various challenges, visit: https://starthubs.co/startupinresidencedenhaag
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